Originally published for customers January 20, 2023 What’s the issue? Chairman Glick’s tenure at FERC was the worst period for pipeline projects in at least a decade. Now that he has departed, the question is whether acting Chairman Phillips will be any better. Why does it matter? Pipeline project proponents have continued to work on expansions, but over the last two years have had to get creative in attempts to ...
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